[DEMO] Menu Toolkit for Articulate Storyline
Jan 26, 2014
UPDATE (15 Feb 2016):
I couldn't help but notice, I've had this up for more than two years now. Glad some of you still find it useful.
However other than some demographics, and the narcissistic right to brag about the download count, I don't have a feel of how (or whether) folks are using this, or if it is just collecting dust on one's hard drive as just another collectors item.
You're all encouraged to post screenshots, videos and/or talk about how you're making use of this template, and help me try to raise the feature list a notch, in the process.
After spending a long time developing courses and/or course demo's/concepts I realised I spend far too much time on the menu/navigation/progress side of things instead of fully concentrating on how to effectively present content. So at some point I started wondering of ways with which I could minimise the time and effort needed for all this, in order to focus on the latter, more important tasks.
With this template you can create and populate your course ToC automatically by modifying just one Storyline variable. You will then find that all Scenes/chapters and slides will be appropriately visible inside the menu and all course progress statistics will be calculated automatically.
- Supports up to 16 Chapters
- Supports up to 256 Slides (16 slides per chapter)
- Easy to style - only change Master Slide Base and 2 other layers
- Easy to modify - use the stock Articulate navigation buttons or create your own.
Automatic Calculation for :
- Current Date
- Course progress (pct)
- Chapters Complete
- Chapters Remaining
- Slides Complete
- Slides Remaining
The demo can be found below, although to fully appreciate the template, you should probably download and play with it, and then publish to FTP.
Download (Sign-up required)
Download (via Facebook)
Have a go and tell me what you think...
P.S.: I realise the sign up is tedious, but it really helps me get country information on downloads (which is the only metric I am currently interested in, as far as analytics go).